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- adv. In an ungrammatical manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a manner contrary to the rules of grammar.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an ungrammatical manner
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She parrots phrases (often incoherently and ungrammatically) but what does she propose?
“A little,” I replied, and added ungrammatically, “I am going class New York one time each week.”
Apple had enjoined users ungrammatically to Think Different, a riff on IBM's slogan, Think.
I've heard this argument again and again, though rarely expressed so ungrammatically, and it's garbage.
A silver lady, Albric had written, ungrammatically because of the constraints on his disguised message, plays us false.
Two months ago, right wing talk-show host and full-time bully Sean Hannity declared he would consider a Presidential run, but only if God directs him: "I've never made a decision in my life without - whatever destiny God has you've got to fulfill it," he mused, ungrammatically.
"I just got one request," Skankalie ungrammatically stated, "Please don't ask me anything more about Pandora's Box."
"I knew when I was very early," replied Gollum, ungrammatically answering How with When.
Your challenge for this contest is to come up with a title for this never-ending WIP, something that captures Bob's saga of the undead and ungrammatically correct.
All three of them had a more literate voice and a thirst for knowledge and learning, so although they were different, their narrative voices were not as distinct as Royston's ungrammatically correct, vulgar one.